At Niblock Law Firm, we know how catastrophic an accident can be and the emotional turmoil it can cause for an individual and their family. During the month of February, Arkansas experienced multiple collisions on the roadways. These accidents have caused heartbreak in our community, and we mourn with the families who lost loved ones as a result of a motor vehicle accident.
If you or a loved one sustained injuries as a result of a careless driver, our Fayetteville car accident attorneys can help. We have years of experience handling car accident cases. For this reason, it’s in your best interest to call our law firm after a vehicle accident. We can review the various circumstances of your case and inform you of your legal options.
In order to help reduce accidents on the roads, drivers must implement safety at all times. Our team hopes that our vehicle accident report will encourage drivers to be more cautious when behind the wheel.
State Policeman Involved in Collision on Interstate 40
An Arkansas State Trooper was rear-ended on Interstate 40 close to Mayflower. Both the police officer and the driver of the other vehicle were transported to a hospital. Neither sustained life-threatening injuries.
Crosswalk Accident on Garland Avenue Killed University of Arkansas Student
A University of Arkansas student was using a crosswalk on Garland Avenue when she was hit by a vehicle. The woman, 18-years-old, died at Washington Regional Medical Center as a result of her injuries.
The driver remained at the scene and received two citations for failing to yield to a pedestrian in a crosswalk and using a handheld device while driving.
Two-Vehicle Crash Killed 28-Year-Old Man
One man was killed in a wreck involving two vehicles in Cass County. Jordan Pierce, 28-years-old, was traveling on US Highway 59 in an SUV when he lost control of his vehicle and crossed into the path of a semi-truck driven by Dametrich Evans, 48-years-old.
According to CBS 19, Evans tried to avoid hitting the SUV. Pierce sustained injuries and his passenger Billy Buck Pierce, 53-years-old, died at the hospital due to his injuries.
The accident is under investigation.
Chicot County Crash Killed One, Injured Two
Two vehicles collided on Highway 82, killing Lanora Lowery Poole, 81-years-old, who was riding in the car that caused the accident.
Cora Parks, 75-years-old, was driving a 2013 Hyundai when she attempted to pass a truck. Parks hit the left rear trailer tires of Rickey Dee Rhodes, 59-years-old. Rhodes suffered injuries and was taken to Chicot Memorial Hospital for treatment.
Contact Our Experienced Legal Team
Niblock Law Firm is devoted to serving our community by providing strong legal representation. We wholeheartedly care about our clients and will fight aggressively to help them receive the compensation they are rightfully owed. Auto accidents often lead to devastating injuries and, in some cases, death. Whether you were injured in an automobile wreck or lost a loved one as a result of another person’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries or loss.
Our Fayetteville car accident attorneys have the knowledge and experience to help you with your legal claim. Insurance companies typically attempt to offer a low-ball settlement initially in hopes that you will accept less than what you deserve.
Compensation can help cover medical bills, therapy, pain and suffering, and other related costs. In order to determine if you’re eligible to receive compensation, our team will need to review the various aspects of your case. If you have grounds to file a lawsuit, we can help collect the necessary documents to build a strong case.
Every car accident claim is unique, and the results will depend on the specific circumstances of your situation. Keep in mind that motor vehicle accident cases are time sensitive, so it’s imperative that you speak with a lawyer immediately after you’re involved in an accident that was not your fault.